Nature & Wildlife

It is estimated that about 300,000 species of wild animals, or about 17% of animals in the world are in Indonesia, although the vast Indonesia only 1.3% of world land area.


Indonesia is endowed with some of the most extensive and biologically diverse tropical forests in the world.


Tens of millions of Indonesians depend directly on these forests for their livelihoods, whether gathering forest products for their daily needs or working in the wood-processing sectors of the economy.

Marine Biodiversity

The Indonesian archipelago lies at the heart of the world-renowned “Coral Triangle,” a marine biodiversity jewel.

Indonesia Nature Film Society (INFIS) is a film production unit of Rekam Nusantara Foundation, based in Bogor, West Java. INFIS is home to activists who have a passion for documentary films and has concerned to develop and bring the Indonesian richness of nature and culture to the public. INFIS has aimed to produce high quality documentary that could promote changes to preserving Indonesia nature and cultures.

INFIS founded by media experts of environment issues and researchers for wildlife and marine biodiversities.
 INFIS works closely with a number of other organizations (national and international level), developing close partnerships with local NGOs around the countries as well as engaging with indigenous groups, and local communities.

With vast experience and well knowledge of Indonesian nature and culture, INFIS core team became the first Indonesian won international award in nature and wildlife filmmaking. In 2008, collaborated with Handcrafted Films (London-based production company), we won Best Cultural Message in 31st International Wildlife Film Festival in Montana. In 2009, we became Best Asia-Oceania New Comer Award in 9th Japan Wildlife Film Festival, the biggest wildlife film festival in Asia.

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